Standards of Judicial Administration: Appellate Courts

Hazard Jr., Geoffrey C.
August 1976
American Bar Association Journal;Aug76, Vol. 62 Issue 8, p1015
Academic Journal
Examines the American Bar Association Commission on Standards of Judicial Administration's tentative draft of standards relating to appellate courts. Fundamentals concerning the organization of appellate courts; Rules of appellate procedure; Assistance of counsel on appeal; Preparation of a case on appeal.


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